Coronavirus: Italy rushes in new doctors as deaths rise above 2,500

Italy is still under lock down. Image: REUTERS/Flavio Lo Scalzo

Crispian Balmer

Journalist, Reuters

Angelo Amante

Journalist, Reuters


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Intensive care beds and respirators are in high demand. Image: REUTERS/Gemelli Policlinico
Rome's Town Hall lights up in a sign of national unity. Image: REUTERS/Alberto Lingria
The Gemelli Policlinico is one of the hospitals at the forefront of the crisis. Image: REUTERS/Gemelli Policlinico
More intensive care beds are available, but they need respirators as well as staff to operate them. Image: REUTERS/Gemelli Policlinico
In Rome, blood donations are being undertaken to help treat those with coronavirus. Image: REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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